Organized by: R.M. Sweet, D. Robertson, H. Robinson, L. Berman, D. Schneider, A. Héroux, A. Saxena, M. Becker, J. Jiang, and A. Soares
This course is sponsored by a grant from the National Institute of Health National Center for Research Resources to the Brookhaven Biology Department and National Synchrotron Light Source, and in part by support from the Department of Energy Office of Biological and Environmental Research.
We also thank Brookhaven
Science Associates, Area
Detector Systems Corp, Hoffmann
- La Roche, Bruker AXS,
Bristol-Myers Squibb, Molecular Structure Corp., and Hampton
Research Corp. for financial assistance for
Crystallographic Fundamentals.Get breakfast at Berkner hall with your meal voucher.
3:30 PM: Teachers who need to check electronic lecture materials may do that at the Biology lecture room.
5 - 7 PM: Supper at Berkner.
Lectures -- Biology Department:
Training at the NSLS:4:15 Collect Film Badges at NSLS User Office
7:30 - 9:30 Back to NSLS for tutorials and conversation. Groups A-F check your crystals!!
Lectures -- Biology Dept.:
Laboratory work -- NSLS
|X8 Conf. Room
|X8 Conf. Room
Check on group assignments here.
Check on computer information for the course.
5:45 Drinks and conversation at Berkner
7:30 - 9:30 Back to NSLS for tutorials, start of data collection, and conversation. The x-tal prep room will be open.
Beam line configuration (Beam line labels are
selectable here -- have a look at beam line documentation):
Group assignments and very rough data-collection
||X8-C||X9-A||X12-B||X12-C||X26-C||X-tal prep. and tutorials|
|Tues 8 PM||A||B||C||D||E||F||G-L|
|Wed 2:00 PM||G||H||I||J||K||L||A-F|
Data Collection Sessions and tutorials, including crystal preparation at X12, will run concurrently throughout the day. There will be sign-up sheets for all of the tutorials. There will be a tutorial in the X12 Crystal Room from about noon on Wed to noon on Thurs by Prof. Robert Thorne of Cornell Univ. He will demonstrate and provide practice time on his new MicroMounts. See some of his publications here.Noon: Lunch in NSLS Library
3:30 PM: There will be a required meeting in the NSLS Seminar Room both afternoons at 3:30 to compare notes and make announcements.
6:00 PM: Supper in NSLS Library
Friday 15 April:
Recapitulation -- Biology Dept.8:00 Breakfast in Biology
8:30 The course staff, with the help of students, will recount
triumphs, troubles, and interesting observations. Course staff will be
available until noon to assist students in tidying up calculations,
backing up data, etc.